Central Gippsland Health Service (CGHS) was looking for a solar provider to install a 260kW system on the roof of Sale Hospital and a 70kW system on Wilson Lodge next door.
After a series of site visits and consultations, and an in-depth evaluation of our work policies and practises, we were awarded the contract.
The decision was based on our expertise, our track record with other large-scale installations, and our ability to overcome logistical and policy challenges on unionised worksites.
The installation became one of the most complex we have ever worked on. With respect to the ongoing day-to-day energy requirements, we:
- adhered to quiet times during theatre operations,
- managed the power shutdown within the CGHS guidelines,
- commissioned after hours.
At the completion of the project, the feedback from CGHS was overwhelmingly positive. According to the project managers, our tradesmen were some of the most professional they have ever worked with.
They also praised our team for the ability to work on a large and heavily regulated site, with no interruption to the operation of the hospital.